Keighley' start for Christmas Bronte Tractor Run

A Christmas Bronte Tractor Run is being held again to raise funds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

A convoy of vehicles will set off from Colin Appleyard Cars, in South Street, Keighley, at 10am on Sunday, December 29.

Participants will cover a route – across Keighley and the Aire Valley – of about 24 miles.

They will stop off at the Grouse Inn, Oakworth, for coffee and mince pies, and finish at the Bronte Hotel in Haworth, where there will be a soup and bread roll lunch and raffle.

The event will include a collection in Main Street, Haworth.

Over the years, the runs have raised thousands of pounds for charity.

Stanley Turner, for the organisers, said: “Although it’s called a tractor run, we get all sorts of vehicles – anyone is welcome to come along and support a great cause.”

Contact Mr Turner on 01535 643391 for further details.


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